Order, collection and loan deadlineschrift

  • Open access areas at all library locations will remain open for onsite media withdrawal and borrowing.

  • Library media from the following locations is still only available to order via UBsearch: Main Library, Philosophy Department Libraries (Faculty of Catholic Theology) and Theology Department Library 3 (TB3)

  • Media can be collected directly from the reopened locations.

  • Make sure to check the opening hours of the respective library locations.

  • Please note: Saturday the Main University Library will remain closed until further notice (beginning with 14th November 2020)

  • Important: Any media ordered are only ready for collection at the respective locations after receiving the confirmation email.

  • Loan period: 30 days for all media



  • Please return the borrowed media to the library locations where they were borrowed (e.g. Book borrowed from UNIPARK Faculty Library >> Return at UNIPARK Faculty Library).

  • Please also make use the book return boxes. (Main Library, Social Sciences Specialist Library, Natural Sciences Faculty Library, UNIPARK Faculty Library, Law Faculty Library (Toskanatrakt & Firmian-Salm-Haus) and Philosophy Department Libraries (Faculty of Catholic Theology & Faculty of Cultural and Social Sciences) –returns possible in the same book return box in the Wallistrakt building).

  • Media of the Sports Science Specialist Library can be returned at all library locations.

  • Please visit our homepage for more information: www.uni-salzburg.at/bibliothek

Returns by Mail:
For return of borrowed books by mail please note - to the address only:  
Salzburg University Library   
Hofstallgasse 2-4, 5020 Salzburg   

Please make sure that the shipment is sufficiently franked (if necessary, postage will be charged to your user account). The liability for damage or loss is up to you.


Contact: ub.salzburg(at)sbg.ac.at
Our staff will try to answer your questions as soon as possible.

Published: 01.09.2020


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